Asking for and Giving Advice
You should cut these questions into slips of paper. Put the papers into a hat or box and have students each choose a certain number. The student reads the problem and everyone gives advice. Afterwards you can talk about if it was good or bad advice, what the best advice was, worst, etc..
Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1), Proficient (C2)
Student Type: adult, high school, business/professional
Grammar focus: Modals
Material Type: activity & games, games, icebreakers, one-on-one (tutoring, mentoring), role plays & drama (acting, theater games, improvisation), warmers & coolers
Tags: advice, should
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Upload date: December 30, 2011
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